SJ Antibacterial Hand Gel by SJ Creations, Inc.
Medically reviewed on October 9, 2017
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: ALCOHOL 65mL in 100mL
Labeler: SJ Creations, Inc.
NDC Code: 43269-170
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Ethyl Alcohol 65 percent
For handwashing to decrease
bacteria on the skin.
Recommended for repeated use.
Flammable. Keep away from
heat and flame.
For external use only.
When using this product avoid
contact with eyes. If contact
occurs, flush eyes with water.
Discontinue use if irritation or
redness develops. If condition
persists for more than 72 hours,
consult a doctor.
Keep out of reach of children.
If swallowed, get medical help or
contact a Poison Control Center
Wet hands thoroughly with product
and allow to dry without wiping.
Repeat as necessary. Supervise
children with use of this product.
Store at 20 degrees C to 25 degrees C
(68 degrees F to 77 degrees F).
May discolor some fabrics.
Carbomer, Fragrance, Glycerin,
Isopropyl Alcohol, Isopropyl
Palmitate, Propylene Glycol,
Tocopheryl Acetate, Water
DO NOT USE IF TAMPER EVIDENT SEAL
IS MISSING, BROKEN, OR DESTROYED.
DIST. BY SJ CREATIONS, INC. P.O. BOX 232428
LEUCADIA, CA 92024, U.S.A.
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|SJ ANTIBACTERIAL HAND GEL
ethyl alcohol gel
|Labeler - SJ Creations, Inc. (528178475)|
|Tonic Bath And Body Products Shenzhen Ltd||528197042||manufacture|
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